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I have been a fan of Amarok since KDE 3, and I'm among those who were frustrated with the KDE 4 version. I used it for some time - though I don't like the interface and its ram/cpu usage it has some nice features - but I was extremely frustrated with the fact that each new release tented to introduce more bugs than fixed, reaching its height when a release broke the smart playlists. By then Clementine was mature enough to become my main audio player - goodbye Amarok.
Of course there are other audio players that I've tried and I like, but Clementine is the one which comes closer to my needs.
It is good (net\music info++) but on other distros\boards it dose not always do right, like others (that are nice to have around), but; VLC trumps them for my many uses over the years. I have been selling old computers from thrift-stores for years, pick them up for $20 sell them for $50-$150, I could not justify selling them if to old for video\modern-computing; so thank you VLC and Linux!
Clementine bumps my jams, a more advanced EQ would be nice though. Nightingale (Basically SongBird ported to Linux) shows promise but has a ways to go, at least it did as of last summer. Maybe I should check it out again. I thought it was super obnoxious that Songbird plugins had to be ported to work.